The Population Institute (PI) is a Washington-based nonprofit. Our mission is to improve the health and well-being of people and the planet by supporting policies and programs that promote sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR). We build support for those policies and programs by educating policymakers, policy administrators, the media, and the general public about the essential importance of achieving gender equality and promoting SRHR, as well as the personal, social, environmental, and economic benefits that arise from expanding access to SRHR services and information.
Domestically, PI’s work in recent years has focused on monitoring and exposing the escalating assault on SRHR that is occurring at the federal and state levels. The Institute has released several publications, including its annual 50-State Report Card on Reproductive Health and Rights, Obsessed: The Trump/Pence administration’s assault on sexual and reproductive health and rights, Reshaping the lower federal courts: What is at stake for reproductive health and rights?, and The Time Is Now: Repeal the Hyde Amendment. PI also has a popular podcast series, “rePROs Fight Back,” that features interviews with leading advocates in the fight against the growing attacks to SRHR.
On the international side, PI is educating policymakers and media about harmful U.S. policies regarding SRHR, as well as other challenges individuals face in exercising their rights to SRHR. PI also works on global population trends, their implications, and the corresponding benefits of boosting international support for programs in low-income countries that educate girls, empower women, and improve access to family planning services. PI also supports population, health, and environment (PHE) programs that promote sustainability and improve lives around the world.
The Research Fellowship
PI’s Research Fellowship offers qualified candidates an opportunity to gain valuable experience working for a dynamic organization. The Research Fellowship gives participants an inside look at how small non-profits can make a big difference in the policy arena. This is a part-time (20 hrs per week – flexible schedule), 9 months minimum to 12 months maximum fellowship and is ideal for a current master’s degree candidate. This is a paid fellowship opportunity, and the fellow will receive $15/hour, paid biweekly.
PI is currently seeking a Research Fellow to provide support to the Research Department, working directly with the Research Associate and Director of Research in conducting background research and writing for briefing papers, reports, opinion pieces, newsletters, and other educational materials. The Research Fellow will have the opportunity to work on a variety of projects and reports relating to our work on domestic and international issues. They will also attend (virtually) relevant hearings and briefings on Capitol Hill and other related events throughout DC. This position is currently remote due to Covid-19 safety protocols, but should office protocols be lifted, the Research Fellow will have the opportunity to work out of our Washington, DC office on Capitol Hill.
The Population Institute (PI) is a Washington-based nonprofit. Our mission is to improve the health and well-being of people and the planet by supporting policies and programs that promote sexual and reproductive…
Review of applications will begin on September 20, 2021 and will continue until the search process concludes. If interested in applying, please email email@example.com with the following materials:
Review of applications will begin on September 20, 2021 and will continue until the search process concludes. If interested in applying, please email…